Some wild things happen in New Zealand, but a “mystery interventionist” has reached a whole new level of reckless.
They’ve been putting vinyl stickers alongside artefacts and artworks at the Canterbury Museum since, emblazoned with comments relating to the specific exhibit.
It all started in late September, when the museum noticed the labelling of Egyptian mummy Tash Pen Khonsu, involving a rude comment about its face, according to Radio New Zealand.
Other comments include “WHERE DO I KNOW THAT GUY FROM” in front of a statue of Buddha, and a sticker encouraging visitors to “GO ON TOUCH IT,” in relation to a crystal on display. Read more…
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Source: Mashable | 'Phantom labeller' causes mischief at New Zealand museum